With a special radio receiver, listeners hear daily broadcasts of local newspapers and magazines. The broadcast is carried on a side band of a Cincinnati public radio station and can be heard within a 50-mile radius of downtown Cincinnati. Broadcasts are also carried on cable TV and on closed circuit TV systems in hospitals and senior facilities. CABVI broadcasts on-the-air on our radio station 24 hours a day including more than 7 hours of daily news from local newspapers and periodicals. Popular programs are the front page news, grocery store ads, obituaries, and editorials. Other programs include national newspapers such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, interviews with authors, and regular feature shows such as sports, travel talk, health news and recipes.
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